Oscilab Wave Oriented Sequencer Now Available For Android, iPad

2Beat has released Oscilab, for Android and iPad tablets.

Oscilab is described as a “wave oriented sequencer”. It lets you create sounds, sequence them and create loops and tracks. 


  • 28 wave shapers: control FREQUENCY, Filter CUTOFF, AMP and PAN of 6 devices.
  • 6 Channel mixer, with 2 FX channels.
  • Live Mode: 6 pads to tweak the frequency and cutoff of the generated patterns in real time.
  • Drum Machine with 15 drumkits.
  • 36 sampled instruments.
  • Analog Synth with two oscillators, featuring ring modulation, frequency modulation and ADSR control.
  • Global harmonic control: change all the arpeggiators tune settings from a single place.
  • Record and upload your mixdowns to SoundCloud or other installed apps

Here’s an example track made with Oscilab:

Oscilab is priced at US $9.99 for iPad and Android, but it is currently available at an introductory price of $4.99.

If you’ve used Oscilab, leave a comment and let us know what you think of it!

18 thoughts on “Oscilab Wave Oriented Sequencer Now Available For Android, iPad

  1. Bought it and played with it right after it was available. Fun tool, especially on android that doesn’t get that much synth love. I run it on a Samsung Note II without problems. Good Sound and fun to work with.

      1. It’s not pointless on Android. It’s the first Software I bought on Android to make music with. Normaly I buy Apps for my iPad, but this worked really well on Android, and I couldn’t see where the iOs Version should be better for a Sequencer plus Soundgenerator Type of App.

  2. Damn great piece of code! Others should take note from this as how a non traditional interface can be done right: legible, logical, intuitive. And what a no-brainer for waveform manipulation/sculpting…brilliant. And THANK YOU for the landscape orientation. Honestly people, it’s an app with everything done right thus far…now on with the requisite Audiobus, midi, IAA, and whatever useful toolkit goodies to take an iOS synth seriously.

    1. I agree, the interface is so well thought out. I worked it out in a matter of minutes and kept discovering lots of hidden treasures. Just awesome!

  3. Recommended. None of the samples are usable for my tastes, but maybe they will add more or let you import as updates are issued. The oscillator options are killer. It’s always a joy to compose in a new way, and this app will be fierce when midi is added. I will be looking forward to seeing audiobus, midi, and wist added.

  4. Really great app! i usually play gospel songs at church, but found this tool to make very fun music at sparetime!

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